Dr Kinga Morsanyi
School of Psychology
Dr Kinga Morsanyi is a developmental psychologist with a focus on thinking, reasoning, mathematical cognition and education.
Dr Kinga Morsanyi is an expert in the development of reasoning skills in typical development and in special populations (in autism, and in developmental dyscalculia). She is particularly interested in reasoning, mathematical abilities and mathematical anxiety. She is also interested in how affective states influence reasoning and maths abilities, as well as people’s decisions, and how reasoning and maths skills can be improved by training.
Areas of Expertise
psychology, cognition, mathematical cognition, reasoning, dyscalculia, mathematical abilities, mathematical anxiety
Kinga is available for comment for written and broadcast media, and has extensive experience with media.
- Dyscalculia: what parents need to know (The Times, 11/09/2018)
- British people often boast about being ‘bad at maths’. Here’s why that causes genuine harm (The Guardian, 12/09/2018)
- Scientists May Have Discovered Why You Were Terrible At Maths In School (Huffington Post, 11/09/2018)